Women and their education

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Now a day’s women are playing vital role in the society. Education is necessary for them. Education makes the man perfect and it is the human right.Women are the first teacher of their children so they must be enough educated to teach their children the basic reality of life.  “Educated mothers will give the nation healthy, enlightened and decently brought up children”.

 

Their education is necessary for both the prosperity of country and family, as the development of country depends on the literacy rate. Half of the country has female population; if half of the population is illiterate then how the country could reach the peak of success. There is a saying “You educate a man, you educate a man. You educate a woman, you educate a whole generation.”

 

Uneducated women are uneducated wives and mothers. They show the false behavior towards their husband and family. They even do not know what are better for their children and what are not. They cannot understand the views of their husbands as understanding adjustment are important for good and peaceful life. Uneducated women are also quarrelsome and can destroy the peace of home.

 

Our Holy Prophet(S.A.A.W) also emphasis on the female education: “Acquisition of knowledge is binding on all Muslims (both men and women without any discrimination)”. At another occasion he(S.A.AW)said: “ If a daughter is born to a person and he brings her up, gives her a good education and trains her in the arts of life, I shall myself stand between him and hell-fire."  Islam has given the right to women to get education and they can also take part in social activities.

 

By educating woman we can educate the whole community. Education is important for both genders. It is the fundamental right of every man and woman. Without education one cannot know the true meaning of his purpose of life. Education is key to success. With education we can explore the whole world.

 

 

 

 

 



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Kiran-Rehman

M Kiran the defintion of simplicity and innocence ;p

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